Take Two recently DMCA issued. A controversial clip was posted after Goat Simulator 3 was advertised on developer Coffee Stan North.
Rockstar Games’ parent company Take Two took action shortly after an advertisement for Goat Simulator 3 featured allegedly leaked Grand Theft Auto 6 footage. He immediately sent a DMCA to Coffee Stein North to “ask” them to remove the ad immediately.
The trailer was taken down but the internet always remembers. According to those who have already seen it, the video shows the introduction of a common NPC named Shawn. It featured this NPC being interviewed about his work on the game.
Sean talked about his interesting skills including ragdolling and even going to a prestigious school to do it. He also talked about how he would meditate on certain things he would do randomly like sit on a bench and think about world peace.
This is where things got interesting. He revealed that he has also done other things and in those few times he was involved in the big game world. He even boasted himself that he can be found in some footage that was leaked some time ago.
The trailer then showed a shot of Shawn in a clip allegedly edited from leaked footage of the new sequel GTA 6. Take Two was not happy with this and now the clip is nowhere to be seen.
Goat Simulator 3 is available now on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.